mask image

mask image

a radiographic image made either before or immediately after contrast material has been injected but before it reaches the anatomical site being examined. The image thus produced is stored in a computer and displayed on a video monitor. It is then subtracted electronically from a series of additional images. The technique enhances the image of the tissues being studied. See also remasking.
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This binary mask image changed over to the same type of the input image.
With an enviable archive of celebrity subjects, his work is hugely sought-after by collectors, so securing the flower mask image is a coup for those behind the Photo For Youth exhibition.
By imposing the mask image on the topography image, the weakly striated area(s) are removed from the expressed profile extraction.
It is a very flexible platform that can be extended to include DNP's unique requirements in managing exploding data file sizes, seamless data transfer between customers and DNP, and accuracy needed in translating mask image defect data to layout data format.
2 With aim research method noise stability test photo mask image are noised with additive gauss noise with standard deviation [sigma] .
Consequently, we needed to simplify the process while still allowing students to create a batik-style mask image.
Presentation of each test and mask image took less than a second.
The first image, taken before the dye arrives in the field of view, is made into a mask image that is digitally removed, or "subtracted," from the images showing contrast.
Conventional high resolution inspection systems use models to simulate the projected mask image on the wafer and have difficulty determining which defects are important.
The fTP+(TM) algorithm creates a hybrid image series consisting of the outer k-space data taken from the high-resolution mask image of the tissue structure and the inner k-space data taken from the rapid contrast-enhanced series containing the kinetic information that drives tissue characterization.
It combines staged improvements in X-ray sources, field sizes, resist sensitivities, mask image sizes and mechanical platform upgrades to provide effective lithography solutions starting at 150 to 125 nm and progressing to critical dimensions (CD) of 50 nm and below.
Freeform shapes and curves, including Bezier curves and shapes with perfectly smooth edges are easy to create and use to mask images.